My Mantra Music Highlights


Our last class of 2018 focused attention on gratitude, a frequency that is all about celebrating life.



Singing Birds

Watch wildlife and nature....the dawn chorus of birdlife joyously welcoming another day, a dog wagging its tail in pure delight when you return home, bees contently buzzing as they go about their lives.....all life on this planet Earth is forever celebrating life.

How do we humans express our celebration of life? We think we are celebrating when we down bottles of champagne. It feels like fun, until the following day and then we're unable to celebrate anything, certainly no longer amused by early morning chirping or enthusiastic pets intent on celebrating their life.


The truth lies in the frequency of our hearts and not within the champagne bottle. Our hearts dictate how we celebrate life. Raise the frequency of your heart and in comes a deep sense of gratitude and an influx of love for this incredible gift of life.


It is easy to lose touch with this frequency since many of us have experienced loss, hardship, pain, illness. Dreams sometimes don't work out as we expect and leave us with a profound sense of emptiness. When the mind fixates only on the losses, it makes it impossible to reach this frequency of gratitude that lives deep within our own hearts. You must certainly grieve the losses, but not live there.


Look around at everything and everyone in your life right now. Feel their presence and love. It's an exercise I practice, particularly before sleep, sending out gratitude for those who have touched my day.


Candlelight Yoga At Bleasby Village Hall

As this year draws to an end, I am feeling a huge pang of gratitude for everyone who found their way on to a mat at the Hall in Bleasby and at Balance Studio. I thank you all; including those of you who tried, but did not connect with Kundalini at this time, those who return, those who flit in and out of practice. Your presence and energy has uplifted me and helped me to learn, grow and glow. I am grateful to you all.





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